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The Need To Breathe: Sharks Vs Low-Oxygen Habitats

… shows that sharks spend considerable time in the upper water levels of the ocean, driven by both physical and ecological needs such as preferred temperature, oxygen concentration, light levels, …

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Sitting In Traffic Jams, We Breathe In Much Higher Levels Of Air Pollution

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One becomes unaccustomed to the toxic experience of visiting gas stations when driving an all-electric vehicle. Once one stops frequenting such smelly places, there is a sensory shock on returning. Unfortunately, I had to gas up an ICE car this week. From the gas station to I-95, I potentially shortened my life as well as got [&hellip

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